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A Brief History From around 30,000 years ago, people began constructing and carving their own furniture, using wood, stone and animal bones.  Today, choosing the right kind of furniture for any room in the house is difficult enough, but it becomes harder when it comes to selecting the right ones for the living room. After all, this is the room where you will be welcoming the guests, and also spend a relaxing time with your family. Thus, there can be no compromise on the look or the comfort factor, but the problem arises due to the fact that nowadays there…

A Brief History In 2019, when it comes to selling a property, we all aim for the same two things. The first is to have the house sold as quickly as possible – or at the least in perfect time with when we want to move. The second is, without a doubt, for it to sell as closest to the highest market value as possible. Unfortunately, both of these things can seem like a bit of a stab in the dark at times, as we are ultimately left at the mercy of how well the property market is doing at…

A Brief History In 1958, Lester Wunderman, the founder of Wunderman, Ricotta & Kline, coined the phrase Direct Marketing.  The reach of direct marketing is increasing day by day and Apifonica is the best medium which is helping in this process of marketing. With the help of this amazing tool, one can easily connect with their customers from all across the world conveniently with various channels. Apifonica is a helping tool for companies who want to build their exceptional communication with customers via SMS, voice calls, social media messaging, etc. In addition, Apifonica is also beneficial in your direct marketing approach. In…

A Brief History People bartered before money came into play in 610-600 B.C. when the Lydians created the coin. Paper money was created by the Tang Dynasty in 618-907 A.D. Since money came into existence, people had to figure out a way to transfer that money to others, and we explore that here. Digging Deeper Just Traveling The reality is the transfer of money or goods has been in existence for a long time, and it happened in the most non-technical way: traveling. People who needed to transfer goods or money traveled to make sure those goods got to the…

A Brief History On October 21, 1966, at 9:15 in the morning, the little Welsh village of Aberfan was the scene of a bizarre disaster that combined natural and man-made elements that resulted in the deaths of 116 children and 28 adults.  The event, known as “The Aberfan Disaster,” was caused by the sudden failure of a “spoil tip” at the local coal mining yard. Digging Deeper (For those unfamiliar with such lingo, a “spoil tip,” also known as a “culm bank,” “boney pile,” or “gob pile,” is a waste area where the unwanted residue of coal mining operations is…

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